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KELUNIS Stainless Steel Coffee Knock Box, Drawer Type Espresso G

$97

KELUNIS Stainless Steel Coffee Knock Box, Drawer Type Espresso G

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Product description

Color:Black

Drawer type coffee knocking box, rubber rod has good cushioning performance, coffee powder will no longer splash, and the detachable drawer type box is easy to pull out, and it is convenient to pour out coffee grounds.

Stainless steel material, corrosion-resistant, anti-rust, commercial drawer type stainless steel coffee tapping container, suitable for coffee rooms, offices, kitchens, cafes.

Specification:
Condition: 100% Brand New
Item Type: Coffee Ground Box
Material: Stainless Steel + Rubber
Capacity: 2.5L
Product Size: Approx. 35 x 25 x 9.5 cm / 13.8 x 9.8 x 3.7 in
Weight: Approx. 3200g / 112.9oz

Package List:
1 x Coffee Ground Box Main Body
1 x Drawer Main Body
1 x Rod

KELUNIS Stainless Steel Coffee Knock Box, Drawer Type Espresso G

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